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by smerdyakov667
1 year ago
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Re: Post a still

Those amazing pictures of Super Eden reminded me of Kandy Crisis's "Chained." Wonder Sienna is a bit more capable than Super Eden, and seems to have an edge over her foes... KC-WonderSiennaSuperEden.mp4_000313564.jpg Until she's taken off guard... KC-WonderSiennaSuperEden.mp4_000316898.jpg...
by tamonicus
1 year ago
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Re: The Fundamental Question

Sorry to be late to the party; it's taken time to assemble even these incoherent thoughts. I agree with all said to a large degree. I enjoy seeing a smoking hot woman in gleaming spandex & boots courageously putting herself in harm's way for a greater cause. I also revel when she's hypnotized or...
by brdiy
1 year ago
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Re: DC or Marvel? - The ultimate poll

Supergirl, Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Mary Marvel and even Isis should be about enough to explain my vote. 😁
by Shakeshift
1 year ago
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Re: Original heroines, yet again again again

I'm surprised. Normally, the Trump School of Understated Prose and Punctuation(tm) usually likes to begin their diatribe by using ALL CAPS FOR EVERYTHING THEY DO TO SHOW THAT THEY ARE TALKING REALLY REALLY REALLY REALLY LOUDLY AND BIGLY!!!
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: Hypatia Ensnared by Redgvicente

Bert wrote: 1 year ago Well this is another vine mess I've gotten myself into!
I can ban you, you know.
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I simply do not understand this reluctance to wear the mask thing. How does someone having to wear a mask infringe upon someone's freedom? It simply does not cost anyone anything to wear one. The good news is that if you are in my area and are in a supermarket without a mask, you will be asked to le...
by Femina
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

The anti-maskers as you call them are simply not sheep. And the numbers show the masks are not working. The US has an 88% compliance rate for maskes. DCD said if we were above 80% things would be fine. These people are not causing any spike. I didn't coin that? I didn't even bring that up. I was re...
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Don't forget Trump branded the press enemies of the people, with all the historical connotations that go with that phrase and openly encouraging his supporters to be aggressive towards the press. Coupled with the constant lies and flat out denials of things that he patently did do or did say and the...
by Imagineer
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Bothsidesism is a term because a specific fallacious rhetorical technique became so common in public discourse as to need a term.
by Femina
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

'Media' in the terms of 'the news' (and honestly one might question whether 'media' was invented to chalk up the same forms of directed skepticism towards the news with more subtlety and less clumsily than the current 'Fake News' moniker) is at its very core and nature intending to deal with FACTS, ...
by JohnFeer
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Actually a second stimulus bill was sent to the US Senate in May, neither Senator McConnell nor the White House took any notice since they needed to foist some weird Notre Dame Cheerleader on the Supreme Court.
by five_red
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Okay "the economy grew under Trump" does not mean "the economy shrank under Obama". The one does not logically imply the other. You... do understand that, right? The economy crashed under George W Bush, largely caused by reckless activity in the investment banking markets after ...
by five_red
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Bert wrote: 1 year ago Grin! My post was in response to Dazzle1 including The Who in his list of the covid blameworthy.
He also blamed "Bill Pelosi and the Dems", who I seem to recall were a little known 60s Skiffle group. 🤔😊

R5
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: How to tell your friends and family that you now ....make fetish videos for a living?

Yes. Yes I am.
The last thing you want is for Granny Pearl to chip in "I used to do some of those back in the '60s. Course it was on cinefilm back then. That's how I met your Grandfather..."
by SHL
1 year ago
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Re: How to tell your friends and family that you now ....make fetish videos for a living?

My two cents:

If you can’t make a video with your free time away from work... then keep your day job.

There is nothing about being unemployed that will make you more successful at making fetish films.

Nothing.
by sneakly
1 year ago
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Re: How to tell your friends and family that you now ....make fetish videos for a living?

Disclaimer, I am not a producer, so my opinions are based on being a casual observer. I doubt most of the more successful (and probably less successful) producers quit their day jobs until they were pretty far along in the process. Aside from learning about how to actually produce a video (models, l...
by Heroine Addict
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Evolution is the key word there. Approximately 40% of Americans don't even believe in evolution. Many of them also think that the Earth is less than 10,000 years old. Which denies pretty much the entire science of Geology. When huge swathes of the US population deny Evolutionary Biology and Geology...
by five_red
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

As Faucault points out, science as we use it in society, is not the rigor. Its a panel of experts, selected through a political process, that determine what is truth, what is not, what is allowed to discuss, who can contribute, who can refute. Those 'experts' don't determine what is true - - nothin...
by Imagineer
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

The real issue is the closing down of businesses based mostly along class lines. Bob's furniture store has to close but Walmart gets to stay open. Ralph's BBQ shack has to close but McDonalds with its 10 employees packed into the back shoulder to shoulder gets to stay open. Movie and video producti...
by five_red
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Under this COVID-19 relief bill: Kennedy Center $26,400,000 Smithsonian $1,000,000,000 National Art Gallery $154,000,000 National Arts and Humanities $167,000,000 Woodrow Wilson Center $74,000,000 plus exorbitant sums paid to countries such as Egypt, Sudan, Ukraine, Israel, Nepal, Burma, Cambodia, ...
by tallyho
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

Predictions are for another 80,000 dead by 20th Jan in the US. 3, 744 yesterday alone. I hate to say it but it almost looks like the daily golfing routine is STILL having little impact. 80,000. That's like 2 small towns wiped out. In LA 1 person is dying every 10 minutes from the virus :confused: It...
by five_red
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I totally understand if some folks out there are nervous about taking the COVID vaccine, that these vaccines were rushed in production, bypassing many of the regulatory safeguards in order to get it out to the public, so I get the hesitation out there. At least in the USA and UK, AFAIK, absolutely ...
by Damselbinder
1 year ago
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Re: Helen Slater as Supergirl: An Appreciation

Bert wrote: 1 year ago She tells it differently. That was just before you asked her out. And this is just after...

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Don't be absurd. There's no can of mace in that picture.
by Damselbinder
1 year ago
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Re: Run Hide Fight (2021)

Man I just love that this studio is producing completely apolitical, crowd-pleasing story like having a deadly school shooting with incompetent pansyish officials and the day is saved by the main character shooting back. So refreshing and old-fashioned.
by bushwackerbob
1 year ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I am really pissed off. I was on another site ruminating on the death of Hank Aaron when some bloke chimed in with his assertion that the 86 year old Aaron died from taking the COVID vaccine. After making the argument that playing the percentages, that taking the vaccine will to an extremely overwhe...
by bare_thighz
11 months ago
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Male issues

I suffered a kind of embarrassing masturbation "accident" a couple of months ago that involved this fetish. The problem was, I was was staying up all night, not sleeping, and was horny all the time. This lead to me consulting some of the videos I had on my computer. What happened next I wo...
by tallyho
11 months ago
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Re: Supergirl launches her own production company!

I'll have you know I got film star looks. Unfortunately it's Anthony Hopkins when he played Quasi Modo, but hey. Still counts. So anyhow what do we think she will likely pitch for as a first effort? Maybe one- off TV movie drama? A mini series? A biopic? Or something else. I realise it's all I'll in...
by Damselbinder
11 months ago
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Re: "Catwarrior 10: Ensnared" Coming Soon!

Your full throttle move back to your roots may choke off a big block of former fans here, but perhaps you'll wring out a few bucks from members suffocating on the current stranglehold customs have on the genre. Now now Bert, this breathless cynicism of yours is starving this forum of the oxygen of ...
by VictorBlack95
11 months ago
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Re: "Catwarrior 10: Ensnared" Coming Soon!

Your full throttle move back to your roots may choke off a big block of former fans here, but perhaps you'll wring out a few bucks from members suffocating on the current stranglehold customs have on the genre. Now now Bert, this breathless cynicism of yours is starving this forum of the oxygen of ...
by theScribbler
11 months ago
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Re: The Golden Age of SHIP Begins

The Golden Age is usually the begining of when stuff was good for it's day, and achieved significant popularity. I submit the Golden Age of SHIB content began with Superheroine Demise site Sooperhero.com, then Superheroinecentral.com and Superheroines.com and Rye's early stuff. Late 90s into early 2...
by theScribbler
11 months ago
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Re: The Golden Age of SHIP Begins

The Golden Age is usually the begining of when stuff was good for it's day, and achieved significant popularity. I submit the Golden Age of SHIB content began with Superheroine Demise site Sooperhero.com, then Superheroinecentral.com and Superheroines.com and Rye's early stuff. Late 90s into early ...
by DrDominator9
11 months ago
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Re: The Golden Age of SHIP Begins

Okay, first things first: I am not proclaiming myself the vanguard of any Golden Age of SHIP or SHIB or whatever. I have a solid sense of my value to this community based on the work and the writing I have done here and at Wizard's Lair. And I let that speak for itself. It has been perhaps groundbre...
by five_red
10 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

As the saying goes, "science doesn't know everything, but everything we know , we know through science." I think early on in the pandemic when politicians chose to doubt the science, they weren't picking a fight with a group of people who had infallible knowledge of all the answers, but th...
by bushwackerbob
10 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I don't know how any of us one way or another can break down the BLM ratio of mask wearers to non mask wearers, but I saw an awful lot of folks not wearing masks at those rallies. I do appreciate five red's sensible and logical explanation of why the infection rates of stadiums full of people would...
by tallyho
9 months ago
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Re: Supergirl Season 6 (the final season)

Bert wrote: 9 months ago At least we will always have the first two and a half seasons.
They weren't particularly good but compared with what came after they look like Shakespeare
by MrBleh
9 months ago
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Re: Wondergirlz Photo Set Any Good?

More than a few moons ago, I subscribed to Wondergirlz.com, Superherogirls.com & LaraCrush.com (a Lara Croft knockoff). Some of the models were scorching hot and the photos were taken well: well lit, in sharp focus & framed well. If that's what you're into, it's well worth it. There were so...
by Imagineer
9 months ago
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Re: Accusations without citations need to be dealt with

https://xkcd.com/386/

I humbly suggest that if your prosecution of the wrongness dragon leads a thread into the woods to die, you are not serving the greater good, you're just feeding the dragon and helping them poison the ground.
by DrDominator9
9 months ago
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Re: Thunder Force

Honestly, it's all about the quality of the script. If the premise is solid and the acting is fine, a solid script is the prime mover on how well a movie will do... at least in pre-covid days. Now, it takes even a better script to get people to make the choice to see a movie with so many other optio...
by Damselbinder
8 months ago
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Re: The "What's the name of the movie?" game

Heroine Addict wrote: 8 months ago Correct! A forgotten sleaze classic from Michael Winner's oeuvre.
You're very generous to describe Michael Winner's filmography as an 'oeuvre'. I'd be more tempted to describe it as a sort of... heap. A mound. A pile?
by MightyHypnotic
8 months ago
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Re: I would like to know what "Zero Tolerance" means

Nothing is getting phased out. If anything I am working on bringing more superheroine content to this forum in the coming months. I was going to make an announcement about this but I have been in the middle of a move (a good one) and I haven't had much time to get down into whats going on here with ...
by flirty_but_nice
8 months ago
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Re: Sad News : RIP Centurion, Author of Fuchsia Fox fame. :(

Hey everyone … I know it’s been well over a year now, but a week ago one of Centurion’s nephews, who had been over seas, reached out to me. Here’s an excerpt from his email to me … “ I'm writing because I wanted to thank you for sharing the forum responses. I cannot tell you how elated I am to know ...
by McGheeny
5 months ago
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Re: Pitch a series… Wrangler Jane of the Secret Service

Bert wrote: 5 months ago I always thought Bailey was way hotter than the blonde.
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by tallyho
4 months ago
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Re: Paris Dylan Dating Don McLean?

I also forgot about the thin gold bar in the back of one tooth that's probably worth five figures, unfortunately all of them are 1, but if you add them up that's another $5 bucks.

I've just realised that actually makes me worth more dead than alive.
by Femina
4 months ago
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Re: Living in the shadow of the corona virus

I would not call a great many African Americans, who by their mistreatment by governments and institutions, justifiably in my view, ought to have a great and profound skepticism and hesitancy historically about what those institutions have to offer them, I would not call them filthy, low class redn...
by tallyho
3 months ago
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Re: Does the SHIP fetish have a future?

Soooo... You don't believe the sulk.... Does that make it... Wait for it....

AN INCREDIBLE SULK!!!!!!
:bh:
😂 😂 😂 😂
:giggle: :giggle: :giggle: :giggle:
:lol: :lol: :lol:
( :band: Ba-doom CHAAA!! )

I'm here all week.

(apologies lads I know I'm a twat) 😂
by bushwackerbob
3 months ago
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Re: Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins gets killed by prop gun that Alec Baldwin fired

Baldwin's views on guns have nothing to do with this tragedy, gun control is not what this thread is about. A talented woman has lost her life, let's not derail this thread and trivialize this tragedy by making it political.
by Maskripper
3 months ago
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Re: Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins gets killed by prop gun that Alec Baldwin fired

...and as Alec Baldwin is the famous one who everyone knows, here is a picture of Halyna Hutchins, who died at the age of 42:

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R.I.P.
by tallyho
3 months ago
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Re: Cinematographer Halyna Hutchins gets killed by prop gun that Alec Baldwin fired

They reported on the Beeb that she had complained about on set safety, but they didn't give any details of her complaint.
Such a terrible, senseless waste.
by DrDominator9
2 months ago
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Re: Supergirl Season 6 (the final season)

It was, to me, the most annoying aspect of a very disappointing season; the fact that the writers felt virtually every character of note was required to have some sort of powers or unworldly talent and was labelled a hero. Kelly, a brilliant social worker had to be become Guardian. Alex, one of the ...